by MidKnightt

January 8, 2020

After four generations of Pixel phones, one might imagine that Google with its vast resources and massive reach would be enjoying a similar position to what Apple enjoyed following the launch of the iPhone 4, or at least something close to that. But even after accounting for a wildly different gadget landscape and the passage of a decade, the Pixel line still struggles mightily against its biggest competitors, accounting for just 2.3 percent of the U.S. smartphone market compared to 27.4 percent for Samsung and over 50.5 percent for Apple. So what gives?

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